[ ruhnd-lit ]
/ ˈrʌnd lɪt /
an old British measure of capacity, about 15 imperial gallons (68 liters).
a small cask.
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Origin of rundlet
1350–1400; Middle English rondelet;see roundlet
Words nearby rundlet
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If there should be a little more then to fill two hogsheads, put it in a Rundlet by it self.The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened|Kenelm Digby
British Dictionary definitions for rundlet
/ (ˈrʌndlɪt) /
obsolete a liquid measure, generally about 15 gallons
Word Origin for rundlet
C14: see roundlet
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